NE03 (workshop) – “Speed-Neurodating”: An innovative workshop aimed at the students to meet young and consolidated Neuroscientists (19:00 – 20:30)
A novel concept of networking event in a “speed dating”-like format.
SE08 – Cajal’s challenge accepted: Sharpening the toolbox for in vivo cell fate conversion (09:00-20:00)
To move the field from proof-of-principle to preclinical studies requires an improved toolbox.
SiE13 – Neuroscience careers – ask the experts (12:00-12:45)
Speakers will describe how their neuroscience background successfully contributed to their career-paths and will answer questions from attendees.
SiE12 – Paper mill articles in Neuroscience (18:45-20:30)
We want to present the latest facts on this trend of scientists who turn to paper mills to buy papers or data.
SiE10 – Why fake news is so fascinating to the brain (12:00-12:45)
In which context does fake news develop? What is the basis for behaviours associated with fake news and the brain areas?
SiE09 – Sustainability in European Neurosciences (12:00-12:45)
A general discussion about how European neuroscience could move faster and act more efficiently in the fight against climate change.
SiE08 – The European Brain Research Area: Building a Brain Health Partnership (12:00-12:45)
The EBRA consortium will highlight the importance of shaping the future of European and globally coordinated neuroscience
SiE01 – FENS/EPA Joint Symposium – How the brain-body interface can guide new treatments for psychiatric disorders: A dialogue between neuroscientists and clinicians (10:00-11:30)
How the brain-body interface can guide new treatments for psychiatric disorders: A dialogue between neuroscientists and clinicians
Confirmed Networking Events
NE11 – Swiss Society for Neuroscience Social Event (18:45-20:30)
The Swiss Society for Neuroscience organizes a networking evening to bring together FENS Forum participants from Switzerland. We are delighted to host Mrs Laura Spinney as keynote speaker.